I can understand how much a woman suffer, if she never conceive pregnancy specially for the older woman above 40. This is because, when I used to sell a product from SOLVAY PHARAMCEUTICAL, Holland, called DUPHASTON, it was acknowledged.
Im usually on yaz but I ended the month and had my period. it ended within a few days. I forgot to get my perscrption refilled so I just stopped taking it. That was about a week and a half ago, I had sex a lot between now and then with my boyfriend, sometime protected and sometimes not.
Me and my husband have been trying to conceive on and off for 2 years. The last 3 months we have been trying we used ovulation kits and everything. My period is normally 35 day cycle and my period started a week earlier than expected. It was very light and a pinkish color, I am normally extremely heavy and my period lasts for 5 to 6 days. This period was only 2 days.
I'm 30 weeks pregnant with a low lying placenta. I've had one previous birth at 35 weeks.
I've been having a lot of backache, low dull constant back pain. The baby is head down and my cervix is soft. I have a lot of pelvic pressure. It's really painful even to walk -- feels like I can barely close my legs and as if she's goin to just pop out.
I have never had a sonogram before, so of course whenever the doctor said, "Remove everything below the waist," it only made sense to ask if she meant shoes as well. When she said it was my choice, as she was leaving the room, I hurriedly removed all garmets, placing my cold callused, unpainted toenails in the stirups. My first prenatal appointment, and I'd asked a dumb question in the first minute of being in the presence of a woman who could potentially deliever my baby someday. The journey begins....
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